Vouchers are given out on campus and can be redeemed at 19 Metro Station.
The university is looking to boost the level of “cultural competency” in its existing curriculum.
There have been several of parties like this in the past, but the recent ones are getting national attention because of how they are publicized and spread.
The event is the second installment of the Cross Cultural Centers’ social justice series, The Movement.
One quarter after the creation of the Cross Cultural Centers, the work-in-progress has received vast support.
The recent “Colonial Bros and Nava-hos” party was the tipping point for neglected minority students, Cross Cultural Centers assistant director Erin Echols said.